Enrolled bill

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In the United States Congress, an enrolled bill is the final copy of a bill or joint resolution which has passed both houses of Congress in identical form.[1]

In the United States, enrolled bills must be signed by the presiding officers of both houses and sent to the president of the United States for approval.[2]

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